Cemented his place in the centre-back of Strasbourg’s first team since his move in 2019, the in-demand Ghanaian defender on the latest reports is said to be thinking of staying at the club this summer although Champions League football is on the line with Sevilla who sees him as the ideal replacement for Diego Carlos.
According to Ghanasoccernet, it was thought that he is thinking of making it to the 2022 FIFA World Cup with Ghana and a move elsewhere this summer may limit his playing time.
Made a good impression last season alongside winning the club’s best goal with his bicycle kick against AS Monaco, the 27-year-old is highly likely to complete his four-contract with the French outfit next season before deciding on his next destination.
Salis Abdul Samid
Yet to be called to the senior national team, the Ghanaian defensive midfielder has reported traded clubs in the French capital from Clermont Foot 63 to RC Lens for a €5M fee plus add-ons.
Emerged as one of the top five players in the Ligue 1 to have completed the most pass accuracy last season and helped the club maintain the relegation drop, the 22-year-old has reportedly ended his 3-year spells with Clermont Foot today.
Samid signed a five-year contract with a sell-on clause -meaning his former side owns a certain percentage in potential future transfer to a third club.
Following an international transfer to the French capital, the Ghanaian defender has also reportedly sealed a transfer move to the Portuguese top-flight league for an undisclosed fee.
The highly-rated defender joined Vitoria Guimaraes from Dane outfit Nordsjaelland on a 3-year contract. The 20-year-old is understood to join the B-team and prove himself for the top-flight division.